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    Honrable Ronald Reagon - DIED @ 93yo

    Just heard the alzheimers finally did the ol' guy in... RIP

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    wow good for him he has been dead for years, now everone in his family can have closeure

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpt steele
    wow good for him he has been dead for years, now everone in his family can have closeure
    I agree that condition can really mess up ones loved ones.........RIP.

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    exactly...my uncle died from alzheimer's...His name was William...and of course everyone called him Bill...after he lost his senses...he called everyone else Billy for the last two years of his life...it was hard to watch him go from doing coin tricks for us when we were little...to not even being able to say my name anymore...you could still sense some recognition for a while...but soon he lost that too...just laid down one day and never got up again...and his body slowly failed...it was pure hell for my aunt...but I'm sure I can only imagine...xxxSass

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    VIXI... sweetheart... I just can't concentrate with that photo of you in your sig - can you change it to one where your giving us all the finger or something?

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    No way dont change it,

    Sad to see that he passed away.

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    shiit, i agree, very distracting

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    Sad...however he wasn't living a good life. RIP.

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    ****, I just read an article this morning that said his health had quickly declined, but no mention of death..Hate to see it, but he is much better off and his family can finally get on with life..RIP!!

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    Rest in peace, Gipper.

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    Great man. Great president. Helped America stand up tall again in the 80s. I am glad he kicked Irans ass.

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    One of the best presidents of all time...RIP Ronnie

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    One of my heroes. He will be missed.

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    Pneumonia killed him not alzheimers. I respect the dead, but sending the Airline Traffic Controllers back to work stole the strength of the unions forever and created all these minimum wage labor jobs that you used to be able to make a living off of therefore widening the rich/poor gap, and declared the war on drugs which is worthless, hasn't helped in the least bit, and is why juicers need to be extra careful in order to avoid doing 10 years for trying to improve their bodies. Not saying Ronald Reagan made a stance against roids but it is all the same in the governments eyes.

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    one of our best prez... def pray for his family....

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    Quote Originally Posted by decadbal
    one of our best prez... def pray for his family....

    With all do respect to the man, you can't be serious. He is the reason that corporations have more say over peoples lives than they do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpt steele
    wow good for him he has been dead for years, now everone in his family can have closeure
    True. He has'nt lived in years. May he RIP and may his family finally know peace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lozgod
    Pneumonia killed him not alzheimers. I respect the dead, but sending the Airline Traffic Controllers back to work stole the strength of the unions forever and created all these minimum wage labor jobs that you used to be able to make a living off of therefore widening the rich/poor gap, and declared the war on drugs which is worthless, hasn't helped in the least bit, and is why juicers need to be extra careful in order to avoid doing 10 years for trying to improve their bodies. Not saying Ronald Reagan made a stance against roids but it is all the same in the governments eyes.

    I think that we should keep it to highlighting his achievements rather than his faults at this point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by inheritmylife
    I think that we should keep it to highlighting his achievements rather than his faults at this point.

    Well yeah I see your point, but he did alot of harm to the American families that alot of people don't like talking about. I mean Hitler is dead but should we disuss his accomplishments or the fact he murdered 6 million people. Being dead doesn't make your harm to the world disappear.

    Like I said, I hope he rests in peace but he is the key figure with the majority of the problems in american society today. Along with Bill Clinton.


    RIP Ronald Reagan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bermich
    Great man. Great president. Helped America stand up tall again in the 80s. I am glad he kicked Irans ass.
    Kicked Irans ass?.. Oh yeh, the WMD's supplied to Iraq..

    Well I'm sad to see the ol' geeze fell of the perch. I honestly thought he was a good guy. May be rest in peace.

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    Reagan was a man of his times... like all world leaders he had his good sides and not so good sides.

    In my eyes his biggest achievement was getting the ball rolling on nuclear disarmament and ending the cold war. That counts for a lot in my book.

    On the other hand many middle east problems like Saddam and Osama which came back to bite the US today are direct results of his policies (of course back then they were "Freedom Fighters, and not terrorists...), but in all fairness, how was he to know? After all they were the lesser of 2 evils.

    RIP a good man who did his job.

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    Regardless of your political beliefs...Reagan was a great American. He gave us our pride and dignity back. He may have been guilty of a few things, but no more or no less than any other president. God bless him and his family!

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    He was a good man...even though he ruined the economy and banned Ludes....I can forgive him for the economy,but the ludes NEVER!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Da Bull
    He was a good man...even though he ruined the economy and banned Ludes....I can forgive him for the economy,but the ludes NEVER!!

    Banning ludes definately put a crimp in my love life in the eighties! Hey DB, I respect your opinion on economic things, wasn't the economy better when Regan left than it was when he took over for Carter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by elicotton
    Banning ludes definately put a crimp in my love life in the eighties! Hey DB, I respect your opinion on economic things, wasn't the economy better when Regan left than it was when he took over for Carter?
    Anything could have been better than Carter.Wasn't hard to improve that situation.But Reganonomics haunted us for many years.Bush Sr inherited that mess,couldn't do anything with it,and passed it on to Clinton.Thank goodness corrupt corperate America fixed things.....temporarily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Da Bull
    Anything could have been better than Carter.Wasn't hard to improve that situation.But Reganonomics haunted us for many years.Bush Sr inherited that mess,couldn't do anything with it,and passed it on to Clinton.Thank goodness corrupt corperate America fixed things.....temporarily.

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    Indeed, Reagan introduced both low and high points into American culture and history. However, he fought a hopeless battle with Alzheimers and has recently moved on. Let us properly pay our respects and may Ronald Reagan rest in peace.

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    rest in peace R.R.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOUNCER
    Kicked Irans ass?.. Oh yeh, the WMD's supplied to Iraq..

    I thought you were in the "there are no WMD" camp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lozgod
    Well yeah I see your point, but he did alot of harm to the American families that alot of people don't like talking about. I mean Hitler is dead but should we disuss his accomplishments or the fact he murdered 6 million people. Being dead doesn't make your harm to the world disappear.

    Like I said, I hope he rests in peace but he is the key figure with the majority of the problems in american society today. Along with Bill Clinton.


    Tasteless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by inheritmylife
    Tasteless.
    Who's calling who tasteless?..

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    Quote Originally Posted by VIXI
    Who's calling who tasteless?..
    your up late huh ?

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    just got off work...busy reading up on people being arrogant judgemental a$$es

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    Quote Originally Posted by inheritmylife
    I thought you were in the "there are no WMD" camp.
    Where are they then?. Before the outbreak of the war, Colon Bowel (hehe) stood on stage showing maps and locations of the WMD factories!. But its indesputable that Iraq WAS supplied by Britain, France, China and America.

    ANyway thats a different thread, may the guy R.I.P.

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    RIP Ronald Reagan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by inheritmylife
    Tasteless.
    You call it tasteless, I call it the truth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lozgod
    You call it tasteless, I call it the truth.

    Whatever, start your own thread. I would think that you could refrain from ****ting on his name until the flags were back at full mast, but I guess not.

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    Very Respectable President and Man... RIP

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    Such a shame..we need him now!

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    I bet GWB wishes RR would have kicked closer to November...

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